Throughout the two plots the villains were capable of using Othello’s honor and proudness, and Oroonoko’s trusting nature along with the characters’ other greatest traits against them and turning them to be their reason for their demise. In the beginning of Shakespeare’s Othello, the reader discovers that Desdemona’s father, Barbantio, does not approve of her marriage to Othello. Yet, Othello and Desdemona were capable of achieving their happy ending at the beginning; with their love being able to defy all obstacles and everyone who were skeptical about their feelings for one another. Desdemona and Othello's love is polarized in many ways: She is a Venetian beauty from a noble family, who is desired by almost every man in Venice, while he is a Moor and not a true Venetian. Although their love is true and real, but it is steeped in adversity.
The symbols of imagery, dialogue, and physical transformation Butler utilizes express the feelings of jealousy, communication, and regret between the wife and husband. He desired for his readers to connect this to society of how relationships work, second chances, adultery, and weak communication as these things occur in couples. The losing of trust, mystery, and suspicion in relationships can defeat a person to the point of death. Individuals should make the most out of their lives, a life filled with no regrets because life is too beautiful and priceless. It happens fast and is too short to not make the most of
In the lay of Guigemar, the knight Guigemar is considered almost the epitome of chivalry; however the one piece he lacks the aspect of romantic love: “The whole world knew that Guigemar was brave and above reproach-except in matters of love, to which he was indifferent.” Therefore, his lay was written in order to highlight his need to fulfill the requirement of a courtly love to be considered chivalrous. He falls in love with a woman on the island he’s washed up on; however, she’s already married. After much internal turmoil, Guigemar proceeds with his affection and “the addition of courtly love to Gugemar’s character gives him more status as a knight.” Correspondingly, despite the lovers separation, Guigemar remains loyal to woman he met on the island. Smith discusses, “The two-sided love affair is important because it links chivalry with romantic involvement. Reciprocal love implies possession of the chivalric values of charity and humility.” The loyalty Guigemar displays derives from his determination to be considered chivalric.
And the king’s dream is the best explanation. A dream made the king become lose his passion of live and have no joy and no peace, destroyed his normal life and influenced the operation of a nation. Then owing to the dream, the king spent a lot of energy and money on it to find the woman and he even didn’t know whether she was real or not. Fortunately, he found her and got married with her; this legendary story sounds so unrealistic but it does attract reader’s eyes. And we all know that’s the power of love story.
By the end of the play only one “blind” character lives, Goneril 's husband, Albany. Although he seems well, his actions throughout the play are motivated by the love he has for Goneril and this love has blinded him of Goneril 's cruel ways. He see’s her true colors here and there but his love for her, like a blanket, covers them up and hold her in great esteem. It is only around when Glouster loses his eyes that Albany becomes wise of his wife’s ominous ways. Blinded by the love he has for her, was unable to see how Goneril tricked Lear into giving her half of his kingdom and threw him out in times of need but now in his senses he challenges Goneril by questioning her loyalty to him “Tigers, not daughters, what have you perform/ see thyself devil.
By allowing Alymer to go through with the experiment even after she knows about all his failures makes her the stronger of the two. She wants him to succeed out of the love and trust she has for him and he fails her. Through it all Georgiana put her trust in her husband. Even as she was dying she could not bear to have Alymer look at her at the birthmark that he hated. Alymer allowed his love for science to be greater than his love for his young wife.
He posses a belief in "man 's ultimate control over nature", and thinks there is nothing man can 't master or achieve. His obsession with his wife 's small imperfect birth mark, which resembles a hand, begins shortly after they become married. Aylmer is fixated with his wife Georgiana 's perfection; he believes that in order for him to experience perfect love, he must have a perfect woman to love. His obsession gradually becomes Georgiana 's obsession at which point she becomes so distraught that she tells Aylmer "Remove this dreadful hand, or take my wretched life". Aylmer sits down and tells his wife that there may be risk involved but he is confident that he shall remove the mark and his beautiful bride will be perfect in every way.
The author tells about how young people leave their families for a wealthy man/woman, marriage is the goal. “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” (Austen, 5) Pride and Prejudice is a courtship between Darcy and Elizabeth; this novel is one of the most honorable love stories in the English language. In this love story they have to overcome many obstacles just as any normal couple would. Elizabeth has pride that makes her miss judge Darcy on their first time meeting, but Darcy’s prejudice which makes him misjudge Elizabeth because of her poor society standings. “I do, I do like him,” “She replied, with tears in her eyes, “I love him.
Although Emilia eventually does stand up to her husband, she is obedient in a very plot-advancing way when she obtains and loyally passes along the symbolic handkerchief, token of Othello and Desdemona’s love, to the cunning and evil Iago. It was a task that fulfilled his ongoing request to obtain “that which so often you [Iago] did bid me [Emilia] steal,” and for that reason, shows how Emilia remained loyal in obeying Iago (3.3.354). Shakespeare even takes the paralleled obedience a bit further when Emilia ends an aside with her motive of taking the handkerchief for no other reason than “to please his [Iago’s] fantasy” (3.3.343). Despite Iago’s relentless abuse, there is still a part of Emilia that wants to please him and serve his desires, possibly earning affection in return, much in the same way as Desdemona states her desire at the beginning of this scene to “not now displease” her husband
He didn’t even stop even if it hurts because love is very powerful and love knows no boundaries. The nightingale cried, “All that I ask of you in return is that you will be a true lover, for Love is wiser than Philosophy, though she is wise, and mightier than Power, though he is mighty.” He said to the student. The nightingale had the willingness to sacrifice. At the end of the story the lady don’t like the red rose anymore because she thinks that real jewels will suits more in her dress. The nightingale